MEET YOUR THERAPISTS & STAFF
Restoration Physical Therapy is fortunate to have a full staff of highly qualified therapists, along with a friendly supportive staff of technicians and office workers.
Michael Kossuth PT, DPT, CMPT, CSCS
Michael A. Kossuth joined the RPT family in 2008 as a physical therapy technician, working with the late Dave Bloom for 4 years. During this time, he graduated with his BA degree in biology from the University of North Texas in 2012. He received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and rejoined RPT as a physical therapist in 2015. Since graduation, he has gone on to receive his certification in dry needling from the Dry Needling Institute at the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy, become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from NSCA, and become a Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT). Michael is currently enrolled in a fellowship program in manual physical therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). Michael has been a proud member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 2012. Michael also volunteers once a month at the Grace Community Clinic.
Outside of work, Mike's main pastimes are weight lifting, basketball, and spending time with his loving wife Julia and son.
Lisa D. LaMar, PT
Originally from Nocona, TX, Lisa D. Lamar moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth area in 1984 to start PT school at the University of Texas Health Center at Dallas Southwestern Medical Center. She became a licensed physical therapist the following year when she received her Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. A former instructor for IsoKinetics from 1988-1998, Lisa traveled throughout the country and to other parts of the world to teach therapy techniques. In 1989, she started working with David Bloom (the founder of Restoration PT) as a contract physical therapist, and has been a part of the RPT family since its founding.
When Lisa is not at the clinic, she enjoys golfing and other outdoor activities. She is happily married, and lives with her husband and two active children in Corinth, TX.
Staci Braden, PT
Staci Braden has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2002 and has been with Restoration since 2006. She was the Athletic Trainer for the DFW Tornadoes Semi-pro Soccer Team from 2003-2011. During her time with Restoration, she has served many roles including: interior lead therapist, staff PT, as well as marketing and administrative duties.
She has taken classes toward a manual therapy certification thought the National Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). Staci attended Centenary College for her Bachelors of Science (2000) and Southwest Texas State University for her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (2002).
Staci and her husband Carter, have 2 beautiful children, Corbin and Natalie. When she is not at work, she is home with her children.
Cullen Capili, PT, DPT
Cullen R. Capili was born and raised in the DFW area. He received his Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas in 2013. Upon receiving his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at UT Southwestern in 2015, Cullen began working as an acute care physical therapist for the orthopedic department at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas before joining the RPT team in 2017.
He is currently taking courses in pursuit of manual therapy certification through the National Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Cullen also actively works to continue learning a variety of techniques, such as NeuroKinetic Technique, to treat patients via different approaches and help yield successful outcomes.
Interests outside of work include: Traveling, basketball, hiking, photography, painting, playing the ukulele, and spending time with family and friends on the weekends.
Betty Lee, PT
Betty received her degree in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University in 1974. Through the years, Betty has worked in a variety of settings including several community hospitals in Texas and Virginia as well as outpatient clinics including College of Osteopathic Medicine clinic, in a midcities orthopedic clinic for 10 years, and on and off staff therapy work with Restoration Physical Therapy. In addition to her outpatient experience, Betty has worked in home health and extended care settings as well has equestrian therapy.
Outside of work, Betty loves to spend most of her time with her grandchildren
Donnie Rexroat, PTA, LMT
A native Texan, Donnie has lived in and around the metroplex his entire life. He is a Trinity High School Alumni (Euless, TX), received his Bachelors of Science in Industrial Technology from Tarleton State, and his Applied Associates of Science of Physical Therapist Assistant from Tarrant Community College NE in 1999. He has been a licensed massage therapist since 1994, and also became a certified Kinesiotape Practitioner in 2004. Donnie sees patients with a variety of issues and works very closely with the therapists here on staff.
Known as "Coach Donnie" to his students, he also coaches cheerleading and tumbling. When he was younger, he won 2 Open Division NCA National Championships in cheerleading, and in 2000 was a part of the University of North Texas Division 1A NCA College Cheer National Championship squad.
Donnie achieved Eagle Scout at age 15 and enjoys anything outdoors. His hobbies include woodworking, collecting and building legos with his niece and nephews, and gardening. He currently lives in Coppell with his lovely wife, Shelly, and their cats, Sushi and Shadow.
In Loving Memory of Dave Bloom
Dave Bloom was the founder of Restoration Physical Therapy. He practiced Physical Therapy for almost twenty years; seven of which were in private practice. Dave was well loved by everyone who encountered him.
A certified manual therapist with the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, he received his degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 1991. He was a lecturer for the Upledger Institute from 1993-1996. He then lectured independently throughout the United States and Canada.
In December of 2012, Dave lost his battle with Stge IV Mestatic Melanoma. Even throughout his difficult treatments, he continued to be a teacher to his colleagues, a loving husband, a beloved father, and an inspiration to his friends, family, and patients. He was survived by his wife Julie and their five boys, Ben, Grant, Noah, Spencer, and Turner. He sat on the board of THESA (Texas Home Educators Sports Association), and because of his dedicated service, a memorial fund was set up in his name.
Texas Home Educators Sports Association
Dave Bloom Scholarship
P.O. Box 941
Colleyville, TX 76034